Blake Seitz The Washington Free Beacon 8/7/2015
The Environmental Protection Agency, the federal agency committed to protecting “human health and the environment,” jeopardized both Wednesday by accidentally releasing one million gallons of wastewater into Colorado’s Animas River.
EPA bureaucrats were using heavy machinery to nose around the Gold King Mine near Durango, Colorado, when they […]
James Monteleone The Albuquerque Journal 11/6/2014
…Traditionally, Democrats who win statewide races rely on winning Democratic-heavy counties in north-central New Mexico by margins so wide that Republican gains in the state’s Republican-leaning eastside counties are offset, political analyst Brian Sanderoff said.
But [Gov. Susana] Martinez, in her re-election Tuesday, broke that mold by drawing significant support […]
Rob Port The Daily Signal 8/30/2014
BISMARCK, N.D. — A map developed by the EPA and released to a U.S. House committee investigating controversial proposed water regulations should have citizens concerned, says U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer. “It is certainly alarming the EPA would develop these maps in secret and only release them after being confronted […]
Nickarama Weasel Zippers 7/4/2014
This map was created by NumbersUSA from media reports. Click on the link for a bigger version of the map as well as a list of all the places so far recorded in media, as well as other places proposed. As can be noted from the list, at most of these […]
The last of the 29 Navajo Americans who developed a code with their native language to encrypt military messages in World War 2 has died.
BBC News 4 June 2014
Chester Nez, 93, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, had told US media he was “very proud” of his part developing the cipher the Japanese never broke.